U.S. NEWS 11/15/2018 05:42 pm ET The MAGA building blocks have sold out and, according to the product description, are “a great Christmas gift for your kids and grandkids!” By Elyse Wanshel Move over Trumpy Bear, there’s a new pro-Trump toy in town. Keep and Bear, a website that advocates for gun rights and sells items that “support and celebrate God and Country,” is slinging a new toy line called MAGA Building Blocks that shows children how to “Build the Wall.” The website also claims to be “one of the largest purveyors of conservative resources online.” The 101-piece Lego knock-off set, which includes a mini President Donald Trump in a MAGA hard hat, retails on the site for $29.95. The building blocks are a bleak shade of gray, and the set doesn’t appear to be particularly challenging. But the product may appeal more to adults than to children: @foxandfriends got my wall building blocks preordered. I don’t really see it as a child’s toy. This will be a novelty keepsake more than a toy for me #maga #trumpisyourpresident pic.twitter.com/iLOLvOI7Dl— shannon yeley (@shannonyeley) November 14, 2018 The construction set, which has already sold out according to the site, will start shipping on Nov…. Read full this story
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